Digital Marketing & Web Design

NM Summer Food Program Website Wins NM ADDY Award Xynergy® Designed, Built Site Promoting Food for Kids

13 Jun 2017

The recently debuted New Mexico Summer Food Program website has won a 2017 Silver ADDY Award for best online/interactive site in the consumer category. This statewide initiative provides nutritious meals to children during the summer months. Xynergy®, New Mexico’s premier website and online marketing company with locations in Albuquerque and Santa Fe, designed and built the site,

“It was an honor to design and build the site for New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department, which pulls all the needed information about the program – locations, eligibility, times, etc. – into one, easy to navigate site,” says Jennifer Martin, President & CEO. “We’re doubly pleased to have been recognized for the work by the American Advertising Federation New Mexico chapter.”

The program serves children breakfast, lunch, or both, to those who might otherwise not get healthy, nutritious food that day. It bridges the gap between the school years when these kids would usually be eating at school and serves a vital role in keeping our kids healthy during the summer.

“Xynergy provided us with the quality product we needed, along with professional, and responsive support. Above and beyond customer service certainly sets this firm apart from others,” says Emiliano Perea, NM Summer Food Service Program Manager

Jennifer Martin acted as Project Manager for the site design and construction. Sue Swanback, Dynamic Mapping Web Application Engineer, Justin Alei, Web Developer, and Sean Ratliff, Graphic Designer, rounded out the team at Xynergy®.

The New Mexico American Advertising (ADDY) Awards are presented each year by the American Advertising Federation New Mexico chapter to honor creative excellence in the art of advertising throughout the state. More information here:

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